Eligible Person. A person who is a Resident of New Jersey who is not covered under Part A or Part B of Title XVIII of the federal Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. § 1395 et. seq.) (Medicare). [An eligible person must be a U.S. Citizen, national or lawfully present in the United States.]
Eligible Person. You You are eligible to enroll if: • you are not currently enrolled in Medicare; and • you reside in Rhode Island. Your Spouse Your spouse is eligible to enroll for coverage if he/she resides in Rhode Island and is not currently enrolled in Medicare and you have selected family coverage. Only one of the following individuals may be enrolled at a given time: • Your legal spouse: according to the laws of the state in which you were married. • Your common law spouse: according to the law of the state in which your marriage was formed. To be eligible, you and your common law spouse need to complete our Affidavit of Common Law Marriage and provide us with the required documentation listed on the affidavit. Please call our Customer Service Department to obtain a copy. • Your civil union partner: according to the law of the state in which you entered into a civil union. Civil Union partners may only be enrolled if civil unions are recognized by the state in which you reside. • Domestic Partner: To be eligible, you and your domestic partner may be required to complete our Declaration of Domestic Partnership form and provide us with the required documentation listed on the form. Please call our Customer Service Department to obtain a copy. • Former Spouse: In the event of a divorce, your former spouse may continue to be eligible for coverage provided that your divorce decree requires it in accordance with state law. Your former spouse will remain eligible on your policy until the earlier of: o the date either you or your former spouse are remarried; o the date provided by the judgment of divorce; or o the date your former spouse has comparable coverage available through his or her own employment.
Eligible Person. A homeless person with disabilities (primarily persons who are seriously mentally ill; have chronic problems with alcohol, drugs, or both; or have AIDS and related diseases) and, if also homeless, the family of such a person. To be eligible for assistance, persons shall be Very Low-Income.
Eligible Person. Eligible Person refers to a person who meets the eligibility rules established by the federal Health Insurance Marketplace. When an Eligible Person actually enrolls, we refer to that person as a Policyholder. For a complete definition of Eligible Person and Policyholder, see Section 8: Defined Terms. Eligible Persons must live within the Service Area, unless otherwise provided by the federal Health Insurance Marketplace.
Eligible Person. (a) If an Event of Default is outstanding or at any time during the period of 90 days following receipt by the Kenyan Security Agent of an Outstanding Obligations Notice, the Kenyan Security Agent may by notice to KPLC procure that an Eligible Person assumes, jointly and severally with the Company, all of the Company’s payment obligations under the Contracts which are referenced in an Outstanding Obligations Notice (together with all other obligations and liabilities which KPLC has no knowledge of as at the date of delivery of the Outstanding Obligations Notice up to a maximum aggregate value of US$1,000,000 provided that KPLC acknowledges that the Kenyan Security Agent or the Kenyan Security Agent may appoint an independent third party to verify the accuracy of any claim in respect of additional obligations and liabilities and KPLC agrees, subject to appropriate confidentiality undertakings, to give all reasonable access to any such third party to KPLC’s documents for such verification and to accept, in the absence of manifest error, such verification as final and binding) and all of the Company’s obligations under the PPA which fall due for performance after the date of such assumption of joint and several liability. 293